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Maggie Sottero Bridal Gowns

November 16, 2013

Maggie Sottero is quite possibly the most sought after wedding gown designer in the world. Maggie Sottero established her brand in 1997 basing her designs on bridal couture and an incredible fit at an extremely affordable price. Maggie Sottero has been inducted into the Debi Hall of Fame as well as won several awards in her field of fashion including: Six Debi Awards, Nine Desert Rose Awards, Two Diva Awards, Three Dallas Rose Awards, the UK Bridal Buyers Award, Wedding Idea’s Best Dress Designer Award, Wedding Idea’s Best Bridal Manufacturer Award, and the Retail Bridal Wear Association Award. Maggie Sottero is most credited with the fit of her gowns, which has been named Maggie Magic. Maggie Magic is known to have a slenderizing fit that can only be achieved by her meticulous attention to detail.  Maggie Sottero’s gowns are made with the most luxurious of fabrics, Swarovski Crystals, and hand embroidery. The patterns created for each gown are soft and natural, which is bound to make any bride feel special. The company’s motto is “To make dreams a reality for every Maggie Sottero bride by delivering innovative designs, superior quality and best-­in-­class service”. Take a peak below for some of our favorite Maggie Sottero Gowns.

wedding-dresses-maggie-sottero-2014-cMaggie Sottero : Cyrus

wedding-dresses-maggie-sottero-2014-primroseMaggie Sottero: Primrose

wedding-dresses-maggie-sottero-2014-esmeMaggie Sottero: Esme

3MK782Maggie Sottero: Gianna

MAGGIE SOTTERO DESIGNS www.maggiesottero.comMaggie Sottero: Marianne

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